“To Catch a Predator” was one of the most popular shows on television in the late 2000’s with host Chris Hansen working with law enforcement officials to snare anyone who triee to illicit any favors with children.
The news that he was charged with bouncing repeated checks to a Stamford business, for a grand total of $13,000 dollars charged to him, was kind of shocking. Hansen repeatedly said that he would pay the money, have someone come to the business and pay them, but he never did.
He had asked for 355 ceramic mugs, 288 T Shirts, and 650 vinyl decals to hand out at certain marketing events.
This was an ongoing saga for a whole year, before he finally turned himself over to the police after the owner of the business repeatedly complained to the police about the checks that he was receiving being null and void.